As the Georgia State Law sends off the class of 2012, the school is also bidding a fond farewell to several longtime faculty members.
Professors Mark Budnitz, Anne Emanuel, Bernadette Hartfield, Lynn Hogue, Nancy Johnson, E. R. Lanier and Charles Marvin are retiring at the end of this school year. Their careers, along with the… more »
ATLANTA – Georgia State University College of Law Professor Anne S. Emanuel has been named the recipient of the first Lifetime Achievement Award from the Southern Center for Human Rights for her accomplishments as a legal educator, author, speaker and advocate, and continuing efforts to advance justice and fairness in Georgia’s legal… more »
ATLANTA – Georgia State University College of Law Professor Anne Emanuel’s book, Elbert Parr Tuttle: Chief Jurist of the Civil Rights Revolution (The University of Georgia Press), was one of a dozen books named in CBS News legal analyst and editor Andrew Cohen’s article “A Year In Books: Tell Me Something… more »
ATLANTA – When Anne Emanuel won a prized judicial clerkship in 1974, she knew the judge she was going to work for as an icon of the civil rights movement. Several years earlier, as chief judge for the federal appeals court with jurisdiction over most of the Deep South, Elbert Parr Tuttle had shouldered the… more »
Georgia State Law’s Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic was recently presented with the President’s Award for Community Service and Social Action.
The award recognizes students, faculty, community partners and university programs for their positive impact on the campus and surrounding community. It was developed by Georgia State University President Carl V. Patton and the Office of… more »